FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q:What is cosmetic dentistry?
  • A: Cosmetic dentistry focuses on improving the appearance of your teeth, gums, and bite. It emphasizes aesthetics including but not limited to appearance, shape, color, size and alignment
  • Q:Health and Safety
  • A: We make sure that you are safe while on the path to a bright and beautiful smile. Before beginning any procedure, we always take your medical history into consideration. We ensure that you, the patient, is provided with the utmost level of comfort and care within our state-of-the art facility. If you are a qualified candidate to undergo any of our dental services, we always take every precaution concerning your safety. We have on-site specialists to monitor your vitals and progress before, during, and after every procedure.
  • Q:Can I afford it? Will it hurt?
  • A: Financial questions should be directed to one of our representatives in our practice. They will explain the cost of the procedure and create a customized financial plan, so you don’t have to worry about finances being an obstacle to getting a beautiful smile. 
  • Q:How long will it take?
  • A: Every cosmetic procedure is customized to each individual depending on their desired goals. Some procedures such as teeth whitening, only require a single appointment. However other appointments such as veneers require more than one appointment
  • Q:Does my insurance cover cosmetic dentistry?
  • A: Not all insurance covers certain cosmetic dentistry services. There are providers that cater exclusively to cosmetic dental procedures. We recommend checking with your insurance provider or speaking with one of our insurance specialists. They would be more than happy to assist you to get the smile you deserve.
  • Q:How long is the recovery time?
  • A: The recovery time depends on the nature of the procedure. There are some procedures that require zero down time, but there are others that may leave you feeling tender and sore for a few days. Please take any medication or antibiotics prescribed by your doctor, following a procedure.